Justifying Faith

Justifying Faith is a brief essay from a collection titled The Religion of Disbelief, written by Elmore Kelvin Glib (1989-    ). The Religion of Disbelief is a scathing review of atheism–not for the ideology but rather for the hypocrisy. Within the collection, Glib castigates modern atheists for their attempt to “spread atheism” as though it were a religion. He calls this “evangelical atheism.” Glib describes himself as a novice philosopher; thus, his collection was never intended for publication. The excerpt here is shared with his reluctant permission.

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Untitled Sonnet II

Untitled Sonnet II was first published in a collection of poems not surprisingly called Untitled Sonnets, all written by Spencer Holcomb to highlight familiar sonnet forms[1] using familiar sonnet themes. It’s republished here with the permission of Vandermoore University Press.

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